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Logic Vehicle Charging

Logic In-Vehicle Chargers

The Logic Energy In-Vehicle Charger, or LEVC, is ideal for any user working in a rugged environment

Its ultra-ruggered design and modular concept make it ideal for forestry, construction and utility vehicles.
Key features include:
  • Low profile radio holder with multi-directional mounting bracket
  • Compact charger controller with integrated mounting brackets
  • Impact tolerant charger contacts
  • Rapid charging for NiCd, NiMH, Li-Ion, and LiPo batteries.
  • Batteries can be charged while on the radio or separately.
  • To change from one radio model to another model is easy just a matter of changing the radio holder.
  • Status LED confirms charging “in progress”, “80% charged” or battery “Fully Charged”.
  • DC Supply input 10-24V DC.
The Logic Energy radio holder features the industry’s most compact footprint and lowest profile. It allows a radio to be installed in locations where space is limited and where access to the radio is more convenient. The restraining cord holds the radio securely in place, includes a quick release latch, and is adjustable.
Installation accessories include DC power cable, controller to radio holder interface cable, and multi directional mount with fasteners.
The Logic Energy charge controller measures only 5.7” x 3.2” x 1.2” (including mounting brackets), which makes it easy to install under a seat or dash. With the interface cable provided, the charger controller can be installed over six feet from the radio holder. The charger controller housing is made from a durable anodized aluminium case.

Please click the link to view the Logic Vehicle Charger Brochure

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